Uhuru Solidarity Movement Orientation & Meeting
World Grounds Cafe, 3726 Mac Arthur Blvd (between 35th Ave and High St.), Oakland
Come learn about the theory and practice of the Uhuru Solidarity Movement, organizing solidarity from the white community and other allies with the African liberation movement.
Join the work of justice and reparations for the family of Oscar Grant and all victims of police violence.
Watch the interruption by InPDUM leader Bakari Olatunji challenging Oakland Mayor's war budget:
In a city where one in five families live on less than $5,000 a year, the city spends 40% of its billion dollar budget on its occupying army in the African and other oppressed communities where it has brutalized, killed and trampled on the peoples' rights. The city spends one half of one percent on community economic development!
Join the Uhuru Solidarity Movement to take a stand against the public policy of war and police containment and stand for economic development and justice!